Definition of Internationalism

1. Noun. The doctrine that nations should cooperate because their common interests are more important than their differences.


2. Noun. Quality of being international in scope. "He applauded the internationality of scientific terminology"
Exact synonyms: Internationality
Generic synonyms: Ambit, Compass, Orbit, Range, Reach, Scope
Derivative terms: Internationalistic, International, International

Definition of Internationalism

1. n. The state or principles of international interests and intercourse.

Definition of Internationalism

1. Noun. political, economic and cultural cooperation between nations ¹

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Literary usage of Internationalism

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1. The Psychology of Nations: A Contribution to the Philosophy of History by George Everett Partridge (1919)
"The idea of internationalism implies certain changes in the external relations of nations which, whatever the form internationalism will take on its ..."

2. The Economic Causes of Modern War: A Study of the Period: 1878-1918 by John Edwin Bakeless (1921)
"Internationalism AND ECONOMIC CONFLICT THE doctrine of internationalism is peculiarly ... A sort of internationalism existed among the small city states of ..."

3. Tudor Ideals by Lewis Einstein (1921)
"X. Internationalism THE Church alone during the Middle Ages reminded men of ... Internationalism derived from a Universal Church, took a secular form in ..."

4. Publication of the American Sociological Society by American Sociological Association (1922)
"PATRIOTISM AND Internationalism HERBERT ADOLPHUS MILLER Oberlin College ABSTRACT Patriotism and Internationalism.—Patriotism is an inheritance from ..."

5. Socialism in Thought and Action by Harry Wellington Laidler (1920)
"CHAPTER IX SOCIALISM AND Internationalism (184.8-1914) HISTORT OF ... The spirit of Internationalism was again voiced at the formation of the first ..."

6. Socialism in Thought and Action by Harry Wellington Laidler (1920)
"CHAPTER IX SOCIALISM AND Internationalism (18*8-1914) HISTORY OF ... The spirit of Internationalism was again voiced at the formation of the first ..."

7. American World Policies by Walter Edward Weyl (1917)
"... OF Internationalism AN internationalism, which will bind the nations together into one economic unit, can be secured only as a result of a further ..."

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